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Database TB2000 #693

Model:   TB2000
Type:   Standard - Bass
Body:   Koa
Neck:   Polished Aluminum
Serial:   #693
Date Purchased:   05/01/2002
Date Submitted:   05/22/2002
Last Modified:   11/26/2004

First Name:   zm
Last Name:   N/A
Country:   N/A

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Description:   I bought this one from the original owner that was on eBay. It's still in great condition with figured reddish koa, 2pc rosewood fingerboard. Unlike other TB2000 fretless I own (SN 380), this one seems versatile to all kinds of music. Compare with the fretless, has slim body. Aluminum block is about 7mm thinner and her horns are considerably slender at the end. Rear pickup cannot lower any further because of it.
11/26/04
Because other fretless (sn 380) was too pristine to carrying around, I converted the fretted one to fretless in early 2004. Thanks to Mr. Kelly at Carmine Street Guitars <www.carminestreetguitars.com> the conversion was flawless. Also I ordered plastic control panel to save the weight about quarter a pound.

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